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I have a 1992 Dodge Stealth R/T (non turbo)...The automatic transmissions in LIMP mode...I changed the tranny oil and filter..I read somewhere that the issue could be the input/output speed sensors on the tranny..I've looked and can't seem to find where they're located at on the transmission...Someone said under the battery...I did purchase two diffrent sensors that it called for from Advance Auto...Looks like they screw in somewhere..I just can't find it...I have a service manual for the vehicle and have looked through the automatic transmission section and can't find anything on these sensors...The only reference I found is the speed sensors at the wheels..Any help would be appreciated.

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ok, here's the deal. there are 2 types of transmissions one with an external oil filter( kinda looks like the oil filter for the engine) and then there is the other type of transmission that was produced later on the 4 cylinder engines that doesnt have a removable filter. it does have a screen that is not servicable, it can only be replaced during the rebuild of the transmission. this design is supposed to be "back flushed" to remove all debris. Most good transmission shops have this type of system that pressureizes the system and does this.

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the car has the capablilites to give data and codes. You gunna need a professional if you dont have access to a scanner and multimeter. Otherwise were just guessing.
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